Aircraft Offences Nsw

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Whoever, being a person committing the offence on an aircraft, commits, in connection with such other offence, any act of violence against any passenger or member of the crew of such aircraft, shall be punished with the law which is created by the Australian Government.

No person shall, on board an aircraft, —

(a) assault, intimidate or threaten, whether physically or verbally, a crew member which may interfere with the performance of the duties of the crew member or lessens the ability of the crew member to perform those duties;

(b) refuse to follow a lawful instruction given by the Pilot-in-Command, or on behalf of the Pilot-in-Command by a crew member, for the purpose of ensuring the safety of the aircraft or of any person or property on board or for the purpose of maintaining good order and discipline on board.

 

Laws related to Aircraft Offences

New South Wales Law –

  • SECTION 154B Stealing aircraft and unlawfully taking or exercising control of aircraft?
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    (1) Whosoever steals any aircraft shall be liable to imprisonment for ten years.
    (2) Whosoever without lawful excuse takes or exercises control, whether direct or through another person, of an aircraft shall be deemed to be guilty of larceny and be liable to imprisonment for seven years.
    (3) Whosoever without lawful excuse takes or exercises control, whether direct or through another person, of an aircraft while another person, not being an accomplice of the first-mentioned person, is on board the aircraft shall be deemed to be guilty of larceny and be liable to imprisonment for fourteen years.
    (4) Whosoever without lawful excuse, by force or violence or threat of force or violence, or by any trick or false pretence, takes or exercises control, whether direct or through another person, of an aircraftwhile another person, not being an accomplice of the first-mentioned person, is on board the aircraftshall be deemed to be guilty of larceny and be liable to imprisonment for twenty years.

FAQs

  • That the accuse was there on the aircraft at that time when the incident happened.
    That the accused has done illegal activities which is mentioned in the above text.
    Accused has damaged the aircraft.
    Accused was a part of the aircraft crew and used its power in a wrong manner.
  • Supreme Court, District Court and Local Court will give justice to such matters.

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